By moving yourself and your family into a Queen Anne apartment for rent, you'll be stationed in the heart of Seattle, nestled in between the budding city's two main bodies of water, Lake Union and Puget Sound. Your neighborhood has an atmosphere that is teeming with vivacity, characterized by an array of buildings and horizontally and vertically running streets. Each corner yields new residences, businesses, parks and other great surprises that helps to create an eclectic atmosphere.
Your new Queen Anne apartment is just a stone's throw away from a whole slew of attractions and areas of recreation. If you're looking for unique architecture, you'll be afforded a splendid view of Seattle's Space Needle. If you seek an outlet for arts and culture, you can always catch a show at the Seattle Shakespeare Company. For the little ones, learning opportunities are abounding at the Seattle Children's Museum and the Pacific Science Center.
Having your own vehicle will give you a means to explore the rest of Washington, especially the state's other great metropolises such as Spokane and Olympia. If you don't have a car though, you'll have no problem getting from one location to another in Seattle itself with the great public transit that runs throughout the city. Your new home is just a stone's throw away from a train or bus station.
On a weekend, when you're feeling adventurous and want to get a view of the city that's second to none, you can take a ride on one of the Seattle Seaplanes. As you cruise above your new hometown you'll see the Ballard Locks, Gasworks Park, the Floating Bridges, Lake Washington and Downtown Seattle.
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